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Program and Internship
The Arizona House of Representatives Page Program provides Pages an unforgettable experience working closely with the state legislature.
Pages are non-partisan staff and serve all 60 members of the House of Representatives. The position pays an hourly wage of $16.50. Work typically begins on the first Monday of January. The Legislative Session lasts approximately one hundred calendar days, however, a session can extend to as late as June or July.
Program Description and Overview
The House of Representatives Page Program gives students a unique, firsthand look into the inner workings of the legislative process.
This paid internship program is an incredible opportunity for professional development and academic advancement by allowing Pages to
make extensive connections with peers and mentors throughout the House of Representatives and the Capitol complex. Pages are present
during Floor sessions and Committee hearings, which allows them the special opportunity to follow the development of bills to their
eventual implementation as laws.
Pages play a critical role in the daily operations of the Arizona House of Representatives. The primary responsibility of a Page is to attend to the needs of the Representatives while on the House of Representatives chamber floor, in standing committee hearings, and in caucus. Pages assist in preparing for floor sessions and committee hearings by distributing legislative material to the desks of members and setting up Representatives’ computers and materials. Pages assist Representatives during floor sessions and committee hearings and are expected to stay for the duration of the meetings, which may proceed into the late evening hours.
Page duties vary, including the delivery of memos and messages, sorting incoming mail, delivering newspapers, bill filing, computer and technical assistance, and any other general assistance that is required.
Please visit the links to the left for more information and for instructions on how to apply.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I obtain internship credit for the program?
Yes. A majority of academic departments at the state universities and community college districts offer internship credit hours for the House of Representatives Page Program.
Enrollment for internship credit will not take place until after the hiring process has concluded and an applicant has been offered a position at the House of Representatives. For more details on internship credit for the program, please contact your department and/or academic advisor.
NOTE: The House of Representatives Page program is not affiliated with the Arizona Legislative Internship Program.
What are the House Page Uniform Requirements?
Pages are required to wear uniforms while on the job, allowing them to be easily recognized by employees of the House of Representatives and the Capitol complex. The House of Representatives male Page uniform consists of a navy blue blazer, white long-sleeved oxford shirt, navy blue dress pants, and a red tie. The female Page uniform consists of a navy blue blazer, white long-sleeved oxford shirt, navy blue dress pants, or a navy blue skirt. The Arizona State Legislature is a professional environment, and Pages are expected to adhere to the expectations of decorum and professionalism.
How many hours do pages work a week?
Part-time House of Representatives Pages typically work two alternating days a week. For example, a Page may work at the House of Representatives on Mondays and Wednesdays and attend school on Tuesdays and Thursdays, or vise versa.
Full-time House of Representative Pages work four 8-hour days a week, Monday through Thursday.
What shifts are available?
The program requires that Pages work an entire 8-hour workday in order to obtain the full experience of the legislative process. There are no partial days or shortened shifts available. Shifts available include 7:00 am – 3:00 pm and 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.
Do I have to be a political science major or related field to apply?
No, students from all educational backgrounds are welcome to apply.
Do I have to be an undergraduate college student or graduate student to apply?
If I am not selected for a 2023 position, can I reapply for the program next year?
How many page positions are available for the 2023 session?
Approximately 15 positions will be available.
Arizona House of Representatives
Phone: (602) 926-3656
How to Apply
The House of Representatives will begin accepting program applications on September 9, 2021.
When is the application deadline?
The final application deadline is 5:00 pm on Friday, November 5, 2021.When will interviews be held?
We will begin reviewing applications and scheduling interviews throughout November. All interviews will be conducted at the Arizona House of Representatives.
How do I submit an application?
Applications submitted via email: We recommend scanning the application and emailing it as a PDF or JPEG to email@example.com with the title of the position you are applying for in the subject line.
Applications may be mailed to:
Attn: Page Office
1700 West Washington Street
Phoenix, Arizona 85007
May I include additional information with my program application?
Yes, applicants may include an optional cover letter with the completed application.
Thank you for your interest in the Arizona House of Representatives Page Program. We look forward to receiving your application. For more information about the program, please contact us.
Arizona House of Representatives
Phone: (602) 926-3656